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Easy to Use, Photo Realistic Mockup Templates

Mockup templates are a quick and easy way to mock up your design work in a physical setting. This perfect for displaying your designs in a more professional, varied way. It also shows just how valuable your work is for potential clients!


108 of the Most Professional Mockup Templates in the World

Mockup templates are an absolute life line for designers. If you’re not familiar with them, they are basically layered Photoshop files that allow you to present your design work in a physical setting. It’s as easy as dropping in your artwork, and all the lighting, shading, detailing and cropping happens automatically!

If you present a new logo or graphic design to a client as a regular flat image, not so inspiring…

If you present them with a photo realistic, 3D looking mockup, suddenly it triggers their imagination like nothing else. They are able to see how awesome your design will look in a real life setting.

Beyond this, mockup templates are perfect for:

  • Elevating the impact that your work has, by showing it off in new and interesting ways. (Use them to give your portfolio work a face lift!).
  • Helping you to advise your printer how you would like your end printed artwork to look on products.
  • Impressing people with the professional grade photography. These super sharp, high res mock ups can really elevate the quality of your work.
  • Did I mention that your design clients will go nuts for a professional looking mocked up outcome?

Below, you’ll find Go Media’s most popular, most extensive collection of clothing based mock up designs. We’ve managed to secure the Design Cuts community an unprecedented saving of 92%! If clothing mockups aren’t suitable for your work, then keep reading, because we’ve also included our best bonus of all time! (hint: there are a LOT more mockups)

Basic Zip-Up Hoodie Mockup Templates:

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Distressed T-Shirts Mockup Templates:

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Incredibly Simple to Use

If you’re new to mockup templates, don’t be intimidated by them. We have some awesome tutorials coming, showing you creative ways to use them. However, in the mean time we advise watching Go Media’s helpful guide to using their clothing mockup templates.

Check it out:

A Variety of Styles, Cuts and Colors

This collection includes such a wide variety of clothing designs that it gives you ultimate freedom in choosing how to mockup your work. If you run a merchandise or clothing store online, then your product presentation is about to get a whole lot better!

Ladies Long Sleeves Mockup Templates:

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Ladies Short Sleeves Mockup Templates:

Go Media Monster Mockup Collection

Ultimate Creative Control, Down to the Last Pixel

These mockup templates are created with designers like you in mind. Every part of them is broken down into clear layers, giving you ultimate creative control over the end result.

Want to change the color quickly? No problem?

Want to play around with the intensity of the shadows or detailing? It’s all isolated for you to adjust to your liking.

Want to mockup your work professionally? It takes seconds!

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Take Your Work Up a Notch

As designers, presentation is everything. Mockups are proven to increase sales on digital and physical products, increase client engagement and increase perceived value of your work. If you’re not using mockups to elevate the quality of your work, you should be.

Men’s Flat Tees Mockup Templates:

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Urban Tees Mockup Templates:

Go Media Monster Mockup Collection

V-Neck Mockup Templates:

Go Media Monster Mockup Collection

Show Off Your Work in Style

We see the awesome talent in the Design Cuts community every single day. You guys are constantly sending us your work, and we’re seriously impressed by it.

Now it’s time to take this fantastic work and show it off in the best way possible. Don’t just rely on a standard 2D image to do your creations justice. Why not show them in different mediums, different settings and more visually interesting ways.

Go Media Monster Mockup Collection

FREE BONUS: 6 Month Subscription (Worth $72)

I’m so excited to bring you our biggest deal bonus ever! To top off the 108 professional clothing mockups in this deal, we negotiated a bonus so good, it could be a deal in itself! is Go Media’s sister site, offering an easy way to create mockups online. Using their custom mockup builder, you’re able to easily create professional mockups, without even needing any software! Please note that MockupEverything is an online tool, and these mockups templates are not available for download. Only your final creation is downloaded after adding your artwork.

A premium subscription gives you access to dozens of mockup templates, including technology, CD covers, posters, labels, tags, bags and many more. In short, there are mockups for virtually any project you’ll ever need!

Whilst there isn’t quite as much control with these mockups as with the main mockups in this deal, it’s a fast, beautifully simple way to produce great looking mockups whenever you need them.

Take a look at the basic process for creating mockups using MockupEverything:

Go Media Monster Mockup Collection

NOTE: If you sign up for Mockup Everything your free subscription will last for 6 months, giving you access to their entire template library. After this 6 month period you will be billed $12 per month. You can easily cancel this subscription at any time, and avoid billing all together if you wish. Your Mockup Everything subscription is a separate bonus for this deal, and is not a requirement, having purchase the main deal items.


Go Media Monster Mockup Collection


Go Media Monster Mockup Collection

Headwear and Outer Wear:

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Baby & Kids, Jerseys and Accessories:

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Posters and Books:

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Envelopes and Business Cards:

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Tags, Bags and Cards:

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CDs and Vinyls:

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Miscellaneous, Food & Drink:

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Technology and Outdoors:

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Design a Vector Badge With a Vintage Flair in a Few Easy Steps


This simple tutorial will show you how to quickly design a retro badge, and how to mock up your new design using the Go Media Arsenal templates.

Remember, there’s just a few days left to get 108 of Go Media Arsenal’s best apparel mockup templates for 92% off. This deal also includes a free 6 month subscription, including hundreds more mockup templates such as business cards, flyers, shopping bags, outside installation and many more! Click below to grab this deal for just $25 instead of the regular price of $307.

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Hello all! Simon here. I’m the Arsenal Manager for Go Media. I also happen to be one of the partners and designers at Studio Ace of Spade, a small yet mighty design shop head-quartered in Goshen, IN.

Today, I’m going to walk you through the process of designing a quick retro badge, that we’ll then use as an excuse to play with the Go Media mockup templates.

The process is quite simple, and is broken down in five phases:

  • Research
  • Sketches
  • Execution
  • Fine-tuning
  • Mockups

Here’s the final design we’ll be creating.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial


The research phase is crucial. One, it allows us to stay true to what vintage badges and ads were actually looking like. Old ads and packagings are an endless supply of shapes, colors, and textures. Since we are trying to emulate the vibe they were creating, we might as well get our inspiration from the source.

The way we’ll combine these inspiration sources is how we’ll create something unique.

Inspiration sources

With the magic of the interwebs, finding material won’t be a problem. The first logical step would be to google “vintage badges” and see what comes up. The problem with this is that Google is also going to give me the gazillions faux vintage badges that are currently sold on each and every stock vector sites. This could work in most cases, but here I wanted to make an effort to be period correct.

So instead, I’m going to head over to Allan Peters’ blog.

Allan Peters is a designer from Minneapolis, Minnesota. After graduating from The College of Visual Arts, he worked for three small graphic design shops where he honed his design style. Next, Peters shifted his career and took a job at BBDO, the most-awarded ad agency in the world, where he learned the art of advertising. Peters is currently a senior art director at Target’s in-house studio. While at Target, he rebranded the company’s core brand imagery and designed the iconic Threshold logo, which was the cornerstone of the largest rebrand in Target’s history.

Badge Hunting

Other than his amazing work, his site hosts an inspiration bible, known as the “Badge Hunting” category. Every time he gets a chance, Allan haunts vintage and antique stores, and, as the name suggests, hunts down badges and other visual goodness.

He has at least five or six of these picture archives on his blog now, and they are simply fabulous. I went through the last four posts, and managed to spot a few cool shapes to draw from.

Allan Peter's badge hunting
Allan Peter's badge hunting
Allan Peter's badge hunting
Allan Peter's badge hunting
Allan Peter's badge hunting
Allan Peter's badge hunting
Allan Peter's badge hunting
Allan Peter's badge hunting
Allan Peter's badge hunting

(Images © Allan Peters – All rights reserved)

After assembling your inspiration, you can build a quick mood board, and get to the next phase: sketching.


A few rules of thumb to keep in mind while sketching:

  • Go quick
  • Try to be as synthetic as possible, don’t fret too much on details
  • The more, the merrier

The aim isn’t to copy one of the badges, but rather to let all of this goodness get mingled in your mind, and to come out rearranged through your pencil.

I did all of my sketches on printer paper, with a pencil and a black permanent marker in some cases. I probably spent 15 to 30 minutes looking up references, and 15 minutes sketching.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial
T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial
T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

Because I was on a tight deadline, I voluntarily limited myself in the number of sketches. That’s why I also used printer paper rather than graph paper or my dot grid pad. I know that I would have spent too much time trying to trace clean shapes and to be “right-on-the-line.” Blank paper removes that psychological constraint.

Let’s play a quick game: can you spot the inspirations behind some of the sketches?


I’m using Illustrator CC, but you should be able to create these designs in any version of Illustrator/vector program. You won’t have access to the new and fancy pen tool and live corner tool without Ai CC though. You will be able to recreate the effect of the newer tools through filters, but it’ll probably take a few more steps.

Badge foundations

I started with a new Ai document, of 15″x15″. It’s a big, square format that I like as a starting point.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

After turning the rulers and grid on, I renamed the base layer into “reference.” I then created a second layer on top, named “badge.” As you’ve probably guessed, I’m going to bring my sketch in there, and trace on top of it (File > Place).

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial
T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

Lock the reference layer, and let’s start drawing! The base shape is definitely a square, rotated by 45°. In order to go faster, I’m going to turn on “Snap to grid” (View > Snap to grid). This will ensure that all my shapes stick to the lines and angles of the grid. You’ll notice that I’m not drawing exactly on top of my sketch. It’s here as a guide, not as something I need to perfectly trace.

I’m also drawing my shapes as transparent with a black stroke of one point. I like to stick to black and white at first. If the badge/logo works in black and white, it is very likely that it’ll look great in color as well. We haven’t solved the color palette yet, so black and white it is.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial


Next, let’s create and place our text elements. The main hook is “Design Cuts and the Arsenal,” and the tagline is “Quality goods • Solid deals.”

We will add some other elements to the badge a bit later. If you look at the various inspiration elements, there are plenty of taglines such as “Ministry of Agriculture certified,” “Inspected by…,” etc. We might transform and use one of these to add a little bit of substance to our design. There’s also a bit of ornamentation we can play with, in order to “fill the voids” and keep the design balanced.

Allan Peter's badge hunting

In terms of typefaces, I didn’t go look too far. My main typeface is called Yesteryear. I found it through Google Fonts, and it’s a great brush font emulation. It reminds me a lot of some old art deco posters and ads. The secondary typeface is Mission Gothic, one of my current favorites from Lost Type Co-op.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial
T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial
T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial
T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial
T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

The trick to create the main hook is simple. Write out “Design Cuts” and “Arsenal” in Yesteryear, as two separate type elements, but with the same size. Write then “And” and “the” as two other separate type elements, in Mission Gothic bold this time. I used 48 points all around.

Proceed to stack them as shown below.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

Once you have them stacked, switch them to outlines (Right click > Create outlines). Remember that your copy won’t be editable anymore, so double check your spelling, just in case.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial
T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

Once the elements are switched to outlines, let’s make them both the same width, and center them together (I used 1″). I’ve left one grid square of vertical space between the two of them. The next piece of the puzzle are the top and bottom lines. In order to keep their width consistent, there are two methods:

The first method:

  • Just add two lines, and eye-ball their stroke thickness

The second method:

  • Grab the “T”
  • Make a copy of it
  • Delete the extra points that make it a “T” as opposed to just a line
  • Extend its width to make it the same width as the two words
  • Make a duplicate to get the second line, center them vertically, and tadaa!
T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial
T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial
T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial
T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

Once there, it’s time to fit the “And the” more harmoniously in the line formed by “Design Cuts” and “Arsenal.” Use your judgement to make it look optically balanced. Turning off “Snap to grid” for the time being can help to precisely nudge elements into place. One of the visual references you can use is the size of the capital letters in Design Cuts and Arsenal.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

Once the line is complete, you can group it all together (CTRL/CMD + G) and/or give it its own layer, for a better organization of your document.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

Once that’s done, let’s place it on our badge background, and size it appropriately. My original sketch featured a line of type wide enough to be touching the sides of the diamond shape. As you can see below, this is creating some unpleasant visual tensions between the type and the edges of the diamond. I also have to take into account the future rounding of these corners.

My diamond is 4.5″ across, and my text 3.95″ wide at this point.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

With a line of text only 3.5″ wide, things are much more pleasant.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

Time to place the secondary tagline in place. It reads “Quality goods • Solid deals,” and is written in Mission Gothic Black. I also switched it to all caps. Size-wise, it’s smaller that our main hook. I used the “g” of “Design Cuts” as my visual cue. You’ll notice that it’s centered in the badge, and slightly below the half line.

Quick tip: I got the “•” character by using the Twitter Keys bookmarklet.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

The main type stuff is done! Let’s finalize the badge itself, shall we?



We first need to round the corners of the diamond. As I mentioned before, I’m using Ai CC, which as of its latest update includes a very amazing “live corners” feature. It’s very similar to what the great Vector Scribe plugin from Astute Graphics does. Anyways.

After a little bit of trial and error, I chose a radius of 0.5″ for the left and right corners, and of 0.25″ for the top and bottom ones.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial
T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

If you don’t have Ai CC, all isn’t lost. I remember using this great little script by Hiroyuki Sato to take care of my corner rounding needs.


For the colors, the process is very simple. First, let’s turn the badge into a solid shape. Simply invert the stroke/fill from transparent and black to solid black and no stroke. Don’t forget to turn your type to white. Now’s also a good time to hide our reference layer.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

In order to find my color palette, I actually looked back at my reference images, and sampled colors I like from there. Since this is a two color badge, I tried to sample colors by groups of two or three (one dark, one medium, and one light).

I’ve used five of the reference images for the palette generation (#1, #2, #3, #4, and #5).

And here are my color palettes. Feel free to use these color combos as you wish. The fastest would be to just copy the image and paste it straight into your Ai document (the reference layer can be resurrected for this).

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

Let’s apply these colors to our badge. I slightly reorganized my layers in order to keep the black and white version intact.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial
T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

In my book, number two, three, and six, are the solid ones. Let’s keep only these three on a new layer.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

Further refinements

Switching the badge to color allows me to notice a few things:

  • The type elements are a tad too low for my liking
  • The “And the” type piece is a tad too high
  • The badge is a bit “empty.” I have two or three ideas to remediate this

Let’s start by addressing the type positioning. I’m starting by moving the “And the” down a bit. Then, I’m adjusting the two lines of type as a block, in relationship with their container. Watch the animated gif below closely to see the faint difference.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

Next step, addressing the “empty badge” feeling. First, we’re going to add an inner outline of the diamond shape. We’ll be using “Offset path” to do so (Object > Path > Offset path). A value of 0.1″ looks perfect.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

Next, switch the shape to be transparent with a stroke. You can either use the color of the type, or the secondary or tertiary color of the color palettes we’ve assembled earlier. You’ll also want to increase the thickness of the stroke a tad. Trying to match the the thickness of the lines above “And the” would make for good visual consistency. It brought my stroke value to 2 points.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

This has already more substance to it. Next, we’re going to add one of these little taglines I was mentioning earlier. Here’s our example:

Allan Peter's badge hunting

Let’s have the text of our little stamp read “Community inspected and Ministry of Design certified.” We’ll simply create a small circle (not much larger than 1″ in diameter) in the lower half of the badge, and use Mission Gothic Bold to write the sentence in it, in all caps.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

Once you’re done writing, simply create a second circle on top of the first one, that’s transparent and has a stroke of the same color and thickness than our inner outline and type.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

Fine tune the alignment and spacing with the bottom of the diamond, and tadaa:

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

I reduced the size of the stamp from 1″ wide and tall to 0.75″ wide and tall, and slightly adjusted the vertical alignment of the type within the circle.

The next thing would be to add an element in the top half of the badge. After a little bit of research and thinking, I decided for a crown. The Design Cut crew is from the U.K. after all. Following a similar process to the creation of the badge (reference, sketching, and tracing), here’s the crown I ended up with:

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

Let’s add it to our badges. It’s coloured the same than the type elements. I also centered it horizontally, and gave it the same width than the “Community inspected…” stamp (0.75″).

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

I’m still not entirely convinced by the placement of the type elements. So I’m going to tinker with them a bit more, bringing them closer together, and slightly higher in the badge. I also moved the crown and the stamp up a bit. At this stage, it’s really about subtle differences.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

And here we have a final badge design, in three colours!

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial
T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial
T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

We could have played with many more elements: smaller crown, “burst” element in the background of the badge or around it, smaller ornaments inside the badge… We could play with textures and aging processes, too. This process is obviously indicative only, and you should absolutely make it your own.


The mockup process is very simple and straightforward. Tom took the time to record a very detailed video walk-through of the templates and of their inner mechanics. I will however give you a quick summary of what’s happening.

First step, either download the freebie pack, or purchase the deal. Unzip the files, and tuck them away in your design resource library.

All of the Go Media templates work along the same general principle. It’s a combination of clever layer organization, blending modes, and post processing that makes everything possible. Let’s have a look, shall we? I’m using gma_tmp_mens-t-shirt_flat_back03.psd as the basis of my example here.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

The Shading layer group includes all the magic related to the shading and highlights of the template. You won’t have to worry about it 99.99% of the time.

The Art layer group is where we’ll past our badges shorty. It includes a layer to paste your art in (or above, or below), and most importantly, the Art clipping mask. This is the piece that ensures that your art stays within the boundaries of your garment.

The Shirt colours layer group is where you’ll be able to control the colour of the piece of apparel. We usually include a couple of presets, such (off) white, (off) black, and red. But you can change it to any shirt colour you’d like, and I’ll demonstrate this below.

Finally, you have a Shadows layer and Bkgd layer remaining. These two both pertain to the background’s appearance. Want to save a transparent png file? Just turn these two layers off. Want to change the background’s colour? Just fill the Bkgd layer with the color of your choosing.

Fair warning: in some templates (and it’s the case here), the Shadows layer includes the garment’s projected shadow. If you turn it off, it might look like the garment is flying in the void.

With that said, let’s mock things up. I’m first choosing to mock up my blue badge. Just head over to Ai, and copy the whole badge (CTRL/CMD+C).

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

Then, paste it in our template, with the Art mask layer highlighted. This will make sure the badge gets pasted in the right spot in our layers. You could also just drag the layer at the right depth within your layers.

When prompted to do so, choose to paste the badge as a “Smart object.” This ensure that we’ll keep the original vector file “at hand,” just in case we want to easily revert the changes we’ll make to it.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

Place the badge, and resize it as needed. Then apply the transformation(s). Also make sure that the smart object is clipped to the Art mask layer (CTRL/CMD+ALT/OPTION+G with the layer highlighted, or Layer > Make clipping mask). This ensures that it won’t go over the edge of the garment (think of an all-over print, for instance).

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

Here’s my result. It’s nifty, although the red is not fitting my design at all.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

The first color option that comes to mind in terms of shirt color would be white. Just turn the red layer off, and tadaa, the shirt’s white.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

Note that the shirt looks off-white. This is due to our goal to produce a photo-realistic mockup. With natural light, clothing would never look all white, but a very faint gray, hence the off-white. You can always make it lighter if needed, but we feel this is the most realistic rendition.

White is better, but what if I made the shirt the same color than the type elements? This would also cut down on production costs, as there would be only one color to print (to the condition that your supplier has a shirt of the right color in stock).

First, lets sample the colour from our Ai file. I get the following hexadecimal code: #f3edcd.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

We’re then going to create a new layer above the white mayer, and make sure it’s clipped to the Color mask layer. If you don’t, well, your color is going to bleed all over the file. Once the layer is created and clipped, just fill it with the gray-blue we sampled a second ago, and the shirt’s color will have changed! Easy as pie.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

And it works just the same with the other templates…

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial
T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

Or other colours!

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial
T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

Note that I’ve been able to stack layers. But just turning them on or off, I can control what shows and what doesn’t. You don’t always have to create one file per mockup, but rather one file per concept.

One last thing: you can also mock shoulder prints. As long as they’re properly clipped, it’ll look just like it’s supposed to.

T-Shirt Mockup Template Badge Tutorial

I think that’s it for me at this point. If you have any questions about either the badge design process or (more importantly) the mockup templates, fire away! I’ll be watching the comments over the next few days, but you can also tweet at me, and I’m here to help.

I hope you enjoyed reading and going along the tutorial as much as I’ve enjoyed writing it. And that the mockups will land you these art approvals you’re all after!

Remember, there’s just a few days left to get 108 of Go Media Arsenal’s best apparel mockup templates for 92% off. This deal also includes a free 6 month subscription, including hundreds more mockup templates such as business cards, flyers, shopping bags, outside installation and many more! Click below to grab this deal for just $25 instead of the regular price of $307.

Go Media’s Monster Mockup Collection (92% Off)

Mockup Templates Freebie Pack and a Video Guide For Their Use

Many of you have asked exactly how to use the mockup templates from this week’s deal to best show off your work. That’s why today we’ve put together a handy video guide walking you through exactly how to use these awesome templates, as well as an awesome freebie pack. Time to get creating!

Click here to preview the full mockup template collection from Go Media (92% discount + special bonuses)


Freebie Pack: 3 Go Media Mockup Templates

This video tutorial is accompanied by a set of 3 mockup templates, taken from this week’s deal with Go Media. This is an excellent opportunity to try out using these industry leading templates and see how they can lift the quality of your design work.

To download the free templates, simply enter your email in the form below:

Go Media’s Monster Mock Up Collection Just $25

  • 108 professional clothing mockup templates, perfect for showing off your work.
  • Includes bonus 6 month subscription + hundreds more mockups at Mockup Everything (worth $72)
  • Templates are in .psd format (designed to be used in Photoshop).
  • Carefully organised into labelled folders.
  • An unprecedented 92% discount, offering you never before seen pricing on some of Go Media's most popular items.

Deal terms:

Files may be used for personal and commercial use, but not resale.

Templates are in .psd format (designed to be used in Photoshop).

File size is 5.1gb (split into 8 parts) for easier download.

Deal items include a standard Go Media license. View full license details here.

  • Reg price: $307
  • Deal price: $25
  • Save: 92%

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48 Comments & Reviews

  1. Eric Krichevsky says:
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    WOW, what a steal!! To any artist who works with a lot of mocking up and presentations, GoMedia templates are the holy grail! I’m so glad DC partnered up with GoMedia for this bundle, what an incredible discount!. Thanks, guys!

    • Tom Ross says:

      You’re so welcome Eric! We agree, Go Media templates really do set the standard. They’re enduringly popular, helping designers all over the world, so it was awesome to land such a fantastic deal with them for you guys. Thanks for commenting man :).

  2. Damian Porter says:
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    What, OMG Go Media mock-ups are a must, now I have, what a deal.

    • Tom Ross says:

      We hope you love using these Damian. Please send across any of your designs, we’d really enjoy seeing them. Thanks for the kind feedback.

  3. Eric S says:

    I keep getting a couple of errors on unzipping some of these. About 4-5 arent coming in

    • Tom Ross says:

      Thanks so much for letting us know Eric. I’m emailing you now to try and help with this. The files appear to be working great for everyone, so it’s most likely a local issue.

  4. Mike says:

    Awesome collection. So from go media you only get the 7 shirt styles listed above or is there additional? Can u list which ones u receive from gomedia with purchase please


    • Tom Ross says:

      Hey Mike! Thanks for the kind words. We always try to be as transparent as possible with our deals, so actually show literally everything included on the deal page. This way, you know exactly what you’re getting. To summarise for you though:

      The main deal (108 clothing/apparel mockup templates):

      Basic Zip-Up Hoodie Mockup Templates
      Distressed T-Shirts Mockup Templates
      Ladies Long Sleeves Mockup Templates
      Ladies Short Sleeves Mockup Templates
      Men’s Flat Tees Mockup Templates
      Urban Tees Mockup Templates
      V-Neck Mockup Templates

      Bonus: 6 month subscription to

      – Includes lots more mockup options, beyond the main mockups in this deal.

  5. I’ve been waiting for a deal like this now that i’m starting my own business. Thanks so much this will help lock in sales….

    • Tom Ross says:

      You’re very welcome Gabriel! We have total faith in Go Media’s mockups, as they’re truly the best in the industry. We’re sure they’ll help your business in a great way. What will you be selling?

  6. Quirino Sosas says:
    Excellent - 5 starsExcellent - 5 starsExcellent - 5 starsExcellent - 5 starsExcellent - 5 stars

    MONSTER!! Totally MONSTER!!!
    Just Purchased mine.. Thank you So much DesignCuts and Go Media Arsenal… This deal is AMAZING!!!

  7. Tracy says:

    I have tried on two different computers to order this and the order has resulted in an error or blank screen on both. I would really like to order this, but am having a great deal of trouble. Please help!

    • Tom Ross says:

      Great to see that your order has gone through successfully Tracy (I just double checked this on your account). We hope that you love using your new templates.

  8. Chris says:

    I am so excited to get this bundle! What a fantastic deal! I have gotten a few mockup templates in the past, and they are always great for getting that wow factor when showing it to a client who more or less wants an idea for a finished product!

    And the 6 months to Mockup Everything is a huge plus!! It’s like Christmas!!

    • Matt Slightam says:

      It’s awesome isn’t it :D the Mockup Everything bonus is so useful, I also use templates to show clients business cards etc – it really helps them get excited about our design concepts, they can struggle to envisage how designs will look when printed otherwise!

  9. Rick Rodriguez says:

    Thanks For the Deal! I do shirts and this is a Perfect way to Mock things up Professionally!!!

    • Tom Ross says:

      Thanks Rick, we’re so happy this deal was a good fit for you (no pun intended!). We’d love to see some of your shirt designs if you’re ok posting them.

  10. Alan Combs says:

    Tried to buy deal twice and blank page comes up and nothing.

  11. anitanararidh says:

    can I try three products

    • Tom Ross says:

      Absolutely Anita! Go Media have been kind enough to provide 3 templates as a sample pack for the Design Cuts community. You can download them via the freebies area, or via the second tab on this page. I hope you enjoy using them!

  12. Adrian says:

    OMG i can’t believe such a huge collection for just a penny .Incredible DEAL !

    • Tom Ross says:

      Thanks Adrian! Whilst it’s not quite a penny, we do agree it’s great value :). We really appreciate your support.

  13. LindaB says:

    It would be crazy not to get this, even if you just keep it handy for future use, I have a bunch of these already but am purchasing to complete my collection, the ones I have are incredible. If you think 25 is too much for you right now, save up a few dollars a day and buy it before expiration!

    • Tom Ross says:

      Wow, awesome review Linda! Thanks so much for the kind words and support. We agree, these templates are well worth the money. The fact that they’re among Go Media’s best sellers at full price shows their value. Do you have examples of your work we could check out? It’s amazing how varied and awesome some of the designs people sending in are.

  14. Charles M. Withrow says:


  15. Derrick Johnson says:
    Excellent - 5 starsExcellent - 5 starsExcellent - 5 starsExcellent - 5 starsExcellent - 5 stars

    Just bought it

  16. Ben Brush says:

    Awesome deal guys!

    I’ve used these mock ups before and they always look top notch.

  17. David Rozando says:

    Hi DC, any chance to recreate this deal?

    • Tom Ross says:

      Thanks for the suggestion David. We’re working on a brand new mockup deal for you guys, hopefully coming soon.

  18. Matt says:

    Hello. Does anyone know of good mockups for socks! Thanks!

  19. Stephanie says:

    Will you be putting together something like this again?

    • Tom Ross says:

      We are working to get together a new mockup deal for you guys, yes. Thanks for the feedback Stephanie :).

  20. Patrick Ott says:

    Love your mockups! I saw that I missed out of the Monster Mockup Collection Deal…Expire $25…Any chance that their will be another deal in the near future?

    • Tom Ross says:

      Hey Patrick, I’m afraid not, although I’m emailing you about this to try and help. Thanks so much for all the support!

  21. says:

    Hello, wanted to re-promotion, loved the models.
    There is no other way to buy them yet?

    • Tina Muller says:

      Unfortunately this deal is now well and truly finished, and we most likely won’t re-run it in the near future. However you can find a special link in our perks area ( to the Go Media website, which will allow you to purchase from across the Go Media arsenal for 15% off. I hope this helps. :)

  22. Guilherme Pasquinelli says:

    Hi, guy! What i buy this template? I love this so much and i want this :)


    • Tina Muller says:

      I’m afraid this deal is well and truly finished now, Guilherme. But if you’re interested in the mock ups you can find a voucher code in our perks area that gives you 15% off the entire Go Media arsenal: I hope that helps.

  23. Jerim says:

    Hey! it seams like i missed out on this super special offer!
    any chance this monster bundle might be coming back?

    Thanks a lot!!

    • Tina Muller says:

      I can’t say for sure that this bundle will come back, as it is one of our slightly older deals, and has had a couple of re-runs already, but if it does I’ll be sure to email you.

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